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in june. >>> south sudan is expected to resume all exports within a few months. south sudan won independence from sudan in july of 2011 after two decades of civil war. the agreement was reached between sudanese president and south sudan president on wednesday after weeks of negotiations. the latest agreement failed to resolve a dispute over an oil rich border area. south sudan had been exporting oil through a pipeline and port but suspended oil production in january. expectations are growing that the latest agreement will help normalize relations despite the fact the source of the conflict remains unresolved. >>> japanese electronic makers are facie ining slumping sales. they are turned their focus to india. japanese company ies have to compete with their south korean rivals. >> reporter: a panasonic researcher walks through the area. >> translator: they put medicine in here. >> reporter: they plan to develop custom tailored to the needs of these consumers. the company faces stiff competition from south korean firms. >> translator: this stops ice c cubes from melting during a po
in sudan is the latest target of protesters angry about an anti-islam video. >> in tunisia, at least three people are dead and 28 wounded as protesters attacked the u.s. embassy in the capital tunis. >> the pope brings a message of peace and reconciliation to 11 on, but his visit is also marred by deadly protests. violence is sweeping parts of the mideast in africa as protesters vent their anger over an anti-islam video. now, they are not just aiming their targets at the u.s. >> we go to sudan where thousands of demonstrators stormed the german and british embassies in the capital khartoum. reports says -- say they smashed windows before heading to the u.s. embassy. >> berlin says embassy staff are safe, but there are reports of one death near the u.s. mission. >> we will go live in just a moment, but first, we have this report. >> the violence erupted after friday prayers. an angry crowd stormed the german embassy in khartoum. smoke and flying rocks filled the air. their rage is directed toward germany and the west in general. >> when they insult our beliefs, our religion under the slogan
estimate. already, some 700,000 have left the country. the south sudan split from the north has been a messy divorce. the two nations have fought over oil exports. tensions along the border have seen them come close to war. the presidents of both countries are trying to negotiate a way out. they have struck a deal to resume oil production, but many other issues remain. james explains. >> and shaikh for an agreement, but many questions remain. -- a handshake for an agreement, but many questions remain. they signed the accord after several days of tense negotiations and several months of international pressure. they agree to set up a demilitarized buffer zone along the disputed border. the bulk of the oil is in south sudan, but the pipelines and refineries are in sudan. the two have agreed to reach an agreement to allow transport of oil through sudan to the sea for export. the fierce disagreement over the border has not been resolved and there is no agreement over and -- a region claimed by two ethnic groups. it could be damaging for either side to drop its claim of ownership. >> we wa
games. some athletes lost limbs in the civil war in sudan. but they have found a new passion and it comes from wheelchair basketball. nhk world has their story. >> the capital of south sudan, these athletes belong to the nation's only wheelchair basketball team. it was formed last year when south sudan became independent. this captain of the 30-member team once fought in the civil war. now he works for a government agency. he lives with 13 family members. during the fighting, he was shot in the right foot. he was left in the battlefield for two days and the wound festered. now, he works on an artificial leg. >> i think it was a totally different feeling i had at that time. one of them, one was to think about myself that i'm not going to work nim, not going to function anymore. sudan's civil war dragged on for over 20 years. ing in south sudan, the government offers no financial support to wounded soldiers. many feel society has abandoned them. some have even taken their lives. he admits he almost lost the will to live, but thanks to a lucky break, he's thriving and it's all b
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to avoid a strike by israel. sudan and south sudan agreed to create a buffer zone to ease tensions over unmarked borders. following the agreement, south sudan resumes oil exports within a few months. they won independence in july of 2011 after two decades of civil war. tensions rose in border areas and developed into clashes in march and april. they were reached between the president and south sudan president in eating yoep on wednesday after weeks of negotiations. they failed to resolve a territory of dispute over an oil-rich border area. south sudan was exporting through a pipeline and port, but suspended production in january. expectations are growing, but the latest agreement will help normalize relations between the two despite the fact that the source of the conflict remains unresolved. japan's government will work with private firms to step up medical support. the country suffers from a lack of equipment and personnel. officials from the two countries met on wednesday. also taking part were representatives from six firms including medical equipment manufacturers. war and economic
war in sudan, but they found a new fashion and it comes from wheelchair basketball. >> reporter: these athletes belong to the nation's wheelchair basketball team. it was formed last year when south sudan became independent. the captain of the 30 member team once fought in civil war. now he works for a government agency. he lives with 13 family members. during the fighting he was shot in the right foot. he was left on the battlefield for two days and the wound festered. now he walks on an artificial leg. >> i think it was a totally different feeling i had that time. a lot of them, one was to think about myself that i am not going to work any more. >> reporter: the civil war dragged on for over 20 years. in south sudan the government offers no financial support to wounded soldiers. many feel society has abandoned them. some have even taken their lives. he admits he almost lost the will to live but thanks to a lucky break he is thriving and it is all because he came across wheelchair athletes playing basketball. >> i have my future, so i got to think of something different that i c
, using unmanned drones. >> in ad is about, the president of -- in addis ababa, the presidents of sudan and south sudan have been trying to reach an agreement on border security. south sudan would be allowed to resume exports of its oil through sudan. here in germany, the outlook for europe's largest economy has darkened with the closely watched ifo index falling for the fifth time in a row. >> it it gauges out germany's top business managers view the economic perspective for the next six months. experts had expected an improvement. >> the economic crisis and tough austerity measures in the southern eurozone member states such as spain, portugal, greece, and italy, as well as slowing growth in china and other emerging markets are leaving their mark on german businesses. exporters and manufacturers are worried. the 7000 companies surveyed are not just worried about the current climate. they are also increasingly pessimistic about the future. >> expectations are clearly down and we do not see any impetus for a turnaround. >> some economists fear the overall lack of confidence is a sign of
headlines. the presidents of sudan and south sudan have resumed talks about -- over the disputes that brought them close to war this year. they're trying to find a comprehensive agreement on issues like the border, security, and oil. the u.n. has threatened sanctions if a deal is not signed. the day after an avalanche in northern the paul with france, germany, and spain, at least one person died. they were engulfed by snow. one catholic in germany has opted out of paying a religious tax and has been denied religious burial. endorsed by the fact that it comes into effect today, this sharp increase for the number of germans who have decided not to pay. those are civilian casualties mounting in the conflict in syria. the syrian army is also seeing an increasing number of soldiers. many of them are in the western coastal region. a stronghold of the minority sect. the chief correspondent of the bbc is amongst one of the first western teams they're reporting from the village. >> she is burying her husband today. she wails that the light from her eyes is gone. the 26-year-old flight lie
? bring them into the picture? and where are we going, spreading to the sudan and also to lebanon in part. where are we going with this. >> what happens in cairo and around the arab world, we're in for a long protracted playing out of this. and yemen, the police had to open fire to protect the embassy there and i think the level of tension and violence is almost certainty to continue at a high level. all the way through the election? >> well, i don't see what stops it. that's what remind me of 1979. >> what stops it, the president says you don't get another dime if you keep doing this. >>'s not going to do this. >> if he said that in the phone call to president morsi. >> i think the threat that congress will take the money away. president's policy, i believe in substantial measure responsible for the belief in the middle east that america's weakness can give them an opportunity to confront us. that's in part what's playing out here. >> ambassador john bolton, a pleasure here. >> thank you. >> back to nicole, staples share price is higher. what's this, a buy out rumor on staples? go. >> i
to discuss the political and security situations in somalia, the democratic republic of congo and south sudan and sudan. with regard to somalia, kenya joined the african union mission in somalia. and through the combined efforts of our mission and the federal government forces, we have witnessed the progressive reverberation of large areas of somalia from the occupation. this development enabled the transitional government to focus on the implementation of the road map with a view to forming a united government, uncut, on the pillars of good governance and the rule of law. we are encouraged by recent developments in somalia. and in particular, the innovation of the new president, prime minister and the parliament and adoption of a new constitution. there are millions of sew mallians -- somalians forced to live outside of somalia. forcing the evac weigh of large sections of south central somalia from al sha bod, we look forward to working with the united nations agencies on the -- and the international communities in facilitating the return of somalia refugees to these areas. this will enable
, but they have been sent home n. sudan where there were mass protests yesterday when a cleric there got on the radio and told people to head to the u.s. embassy, there were bus loads of people sent there, riot police had to beat them back in sudan. they have also evacuated the families and nonessential personnel which are being ordered out. here in egypt right now where i'm standing, the american embassy is 150 yards down the road. on that road are large concrete blocks. they built a wall about tennist to 15 feet high n some places 18 feet high of concrete blocks that could stop not only people from driving down there in their cars, but also to stop trucks. so nothing is getting anywhere close to the south embassy in cairo. we are told by local media that there was a credible threat bay jihadi group out of the sinai peninsula against the u.s. embassy here. so security here is also very tight. back to you. >> arthel: indeed. leeland vittert, be safe there. thank you for that report. >> rick: the president's coming under fire for his claims there was no actionable intelligence to indicate
between sudan and jordan and the palestinians in gaza with egypt, [inaudible] this is very dynamic and things change very fast. we have to believe that it is good for us the map if the situation continues, though, i fear for israel's security and future. i see that is very dangerous and also as a moral issue. but thank you. >> thank you. >> my name is jerry. i went to jerusalem in 1973 when the war broke out and all the european nations made a big point of saying that we are not going to send weapons to the middle east because we do not want to encourage the war that has just start -- that has just started. we are very busy sending these weapons to the egyptians. >> my concern is with -- the shiites and the sunnis. if iran gets an atomic bomb, the question is not that the egyptians will say that we want the same ploy. the egyptians and sunnis, the saudi arabians and sunnis and the iranians are shiites and most likely, samaria, the sunnis in pakistan will send atomic bombs to their sunni brothers in saudi arabia and in egypt. you will suddenly have, you know, atomic bombs all over.
libya to egypt to tunisia and sudan. terrible news out of afghanistan, two marines killed on a u.s. british coalition base. several others wyned on camp leatherneck, camp bastion. prince harry is there, but he was not injured. it is unclear whether the afghanistan base attack is connected to the raging violence spreading across the region. earlier, afghan protesters burned a president obama effigy. this comes as protests against the united states rage, including in egypt, where it is now four 4:00 a.m. you are looking live at cairo. parts of the city, anti-american rioters are swarming the streets, spewing hate against the united states. we have no idea what tomorrow brings, as the sun begins to rise in a short time. but this day has been extremely violent, with violent protests across the mideast and north africa, durn turning deadly. in egypt, police clashing with stone-throwing rioters outside the embassy. one person was killed. in sudan, the heaviest violence, protesters storming the u.s. embassy and setting the german embasso fire. in tunisia, police firing tear gas and guns
/11. >> iraq, iran, afghanistan, sudan have seen violent protests. in sudan, several hundred stormed to the injury machine embassy setting that part of the building fire. several thousand have moved on to embassy and police opened fire on those that tried to scale the walls. witnesses reported seeing three people that appear to be dead. >> eric: thank you very much. again we're standing by for an abc news special report less than half an hour from now. president obama, vice president and secretary of state will at joint base andrews for the return of the remains of four americans killed in that attack in libya. david muir will anchor that report. >> kristen: here in the u.s. three universities were under threat of violence. university of texas and north dakota state evacuated all campus buildings when bomb threats were called in. university in indiana, officials warned students and faculty of an unspecified threat. a middle eastern man claimed that al-qaeda affiliation in multiple bombs were planted on campus. no bombs were found on either texas ordered ined in state. both campuses h
personnel from tunisia, sudan and they are investigating the u.s. ambassador murder in libya. forced to delay their arrival because of the violence. thousands of protesters across the globe taking to the streets. they're fueled by anti- islam film that was released by an american film maker ck obama is paying tribute to bay area native ambassador chris stevens and three others killed in the assault on the u.s. compound in libya, calling them patriots who served america's ideals -- and laid down their lives for others. >>reporter: some say it was deliberate. >> i was described actions by citizens. >>reporter: there is no believe th to be pre-planned. demonstrations however continue to be ongoing in other areas of the globe. line of defense was easily breached. this man died of smoke inhalation after being separated from his guard in the chaos. and the darkness. today, we spoke with some involved at the american muslim voice foundation in the bay area. this is what the director of the foundation had to say in response to the recent embassy talks in libya and the violent protest happeni
at the american embassy. but another contingent was refused entry to sudan. the state department says tonight, it's ordering all non-essential personnel to leave both sudan and tunisia, these developments four days after the violent on theus consulate in libya that killed the u.s. ambassador and three members of his team. tonight we are getting our first look at the safe house that came under fire. charlie d'agata and a cbs news crew reached the building today. here's their report. >> reporter: the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi was just the beginning of a terrifying night for the americans inside. libyan officials told us their forces helped evacuate 32 americans out of the consulate as attacks are torched and stormed the compound. i libyan commander told us a convoy of 22 vehicles, two of them armored, raced from the u.s. consulate down this road to a safe house a mile and a half away. but the safe house they fled to, which was supposed to be in a secret location, had become a target. so this is where they were attacking from. just as the u.s. extraction team of commandos arrived to t
.s. government personnel and their families out of sudan and tunisia. anti-american protests continue in those countries and more all sparked by a film produced by an individual in this country. tonight the man behind that film is being questioned by federal authorities in california. >> reporter: nakoula basseley nakoula wrapped a towel around his face as police took him in for questioning. the southern california filmmaker is linked to an antimuslim web video that sparked deadly protests in the muslim world. >> he was never arrested, never detained, never in custody. it was all scroll voluntary. >> reporter: he denies directing the film but federal authorities want to know if his involvement violates a condition of his parole. he was convicted of bank fraudand is banned from using the internet. protests spread to australia saturday. police used pepper spray to push back hundreds of demonstrators outside the american consulate in sidney. >> we're demending mohammed's honor. >> reporter: in cairo where the demonstrations began, officers cleared protesters from the square. demonstrations erupte
out against government corruption. >> sedan and south sudan reached a partial agreement on oil exports. a spokesman said the parties had agreed to create a demilitarized buffer zone along their disputed border to allow oil exports from south sudan to resume. >> a severe storm in northern england has caused flooding in several cities. houses collapsed, and cars were destroyed as flooding hit urban areas. authorities say at least two people were killed. some villages in scotland were also under water. it is one of the most important events of its kind in the world. the paris motor show, and this year, it is taking place as the car industry struggles with overcapacity and a drop in demand in the ailing eurozone. >> even so, there are plenty of highlights on display, and our reporter in paris has this sneak preview. >> it may be the most spectacular car displayed by the volkswagen group in paris, but the golf 7 is the most important and could be the star of the show. it uses just 3 liters of petrol per 100 kilometers and uses technology meaning its parts can be used in other models, which
. the american embassy was targeted in sudan. and an base in southern afghanistan killed two american marines, though it is unclear if it was prompted by rage over the film. the bodies of the four americans killed in the tuesday attack in libya returned to joint base andrews outside washington this afternoon honored by the president who, again, vowed to bring their killers to justice. >> they didn't simply embrace the american ideal, they lived it. they embodied it. >> reporter: the secretary of state. >> we've seen rage and violence directed at american embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. it is hard for the american people to make sense of that because it is senseless. and it is totally unacceptable. >> reporter: the egyptian president condemnee attacks and said muslim has a duty to protect american embassies. washington dc said they're giving embassies attention. a homeland security fbi intelligence bulletin posted yesterday warns the risk of violence could increase here in the united states but says it has no credible evidence. >> it's strictly a cya cove
as 700,000 syrian refugees in neighboring countries by the end of the year. sudan and south sudan will sign a deal that will resolve some of the disputes that brought the two to the brink of war. the leaders have reached an agreement that would allow for the resumption of seven oil exports through the north and establishment of a demilitarized border zone. the breakthrough came after four days of talks and the ethiopian capital. however, differences between the two still remain as they are still at odds over the all important demarcation of the border. palestinian president mahmoud abbas will address the united nations general assembly later today. he is expected to outline his hope for formal nonmember status in the u.n. and hopes for statehood. many palestinians are losing patience with the peace process set in motion by the oslo accords nearly 20 years ago. vana but barring -- zena has this report from our malia. >> the west bank city of rolla -- ramallah is where yasir arafat's body lies. he personifies the palestinian struggle for nationhood. for decades, he was the face of t
was in sudan, where islamist converged on the american embassy and tried to storm the mission, clashing with sudanese police who opened fire on those trying to scale the compound walls. breaking, u.s. officials announced that a marine rapid response team is headed to the sudan. in tunisia, several thousand battle with security forces outside the u.s. embassy in tunis. some protesters scaled the embassy wall and planted the islam i felt flag in a nearby school was all but destroyed by a fire that was set n. lebanon today, rioters set fire to a kfc and a hardee's restaurant in tripoli. at least 25 people were wounded. finally, an attack yet to be connect to the protests, we're learning of a deadly strike on a marine base, shared with british troop in afghanistan, called camp leatherneck, camp bastion. all u.s. personnel in tunisia, yemen and afghanistan are ash accounted for. a protesters was killed a few hours ago in a clash with police. joining me with the increase of violence continuing to go on throughout the middle-east and north africa, leyland vittert. >> reporter: right now, here
of tunisia. in sudan, in khartoum the capital there. protesters targeting american, british and german embassies and setting fire to the german embassy. so far the protests that are outside the american embassy have been peaceful but these are the images elsewhere. the british and the german embassies seeing the most voils in khartoum, sudan. in egypt the muslim brotherhood has cancelled a nationwide call to demonstrate. before the announcement was made several hundred protesters were clashing with riot police near the u.s. embassy in cairo anyway. right now thousands of protesters are gathering in tahrir square, again despite the fact that the call for the nationwide protest by the government and its party in support -- its leadership party called off that protest and yet they are in the streets. in yemen, police fired tear gas and water canons at demonstrators who were trying to march on the u.s. embassy. in response a senior american official says u.s. marines, a security team now being sent to yemen to help protect the american diplomatic installations. elsewhere, lebanon, at least
that all family members and nonessential u.s. government personnel leave sudan and tunisia. get right to greg who is there. >> good evening, greg. >> hey, judge, the state department warning a u.s. citizens not to travel here to tunisia. if you are here use extreme caution . we spoke to one official and that person was cautious all of this in response of the violence that was seen here in the u.s. embassy yesterday and thousands of protestors outside of the embassy and some scaled over the wall and looted and smashing windows. no embassy staffers were hurt. four protestors killed and 50 injured and that prompted a show of force from the tunisian embassy. we were outside and we saw armored carriiers and all precautionary the interior minister apologizing for not protecting the facility. tunisia is a moderate islamic. there are scary characters. next door in libya. a complex terror manhunt is just ging. for - beginning. for the ones who killed the ambassador. ther set to be in libya and traveling to benghazi and marines are already there. and two destroyers will be off of the coast of l
erupting in sudan and tunisia. now, forcing the u.s. state department to issue orders for all nonessential government and personnel and their families, there, to get out. good morning, everybody, i'm eric sean and welcome to a brand new hour of america's election headquarters. >> jamie: significant development overseas, i'm jamie colby, because, sudan's government is rejecting a u.s. request to send an elite team of marines into the country to protect the embassy and our own people, after the angry crowds there torched part of the german embassy and tried to storm the u.s. embassy, 48 hours ago. the state department warning the terrorist level remains critical, in that country and in tunisia americans are told to leave the country, immediately by our state department and stay away from the demonstration. defense secretary leon panetta warning the turmoil raging across the muslim world is likely to continue into the days ahead. our own greg palkot, taking a chance, live in the capital of tunisia. tell us what is happening there. >> reporter: juliey, no wonder the state department is concern
personnel out of the country and sudan. and just a couple of machines, we rode by the embassy and the tunizian army out in force and lining the wall of the compound and not prompted by any problems today. it is calm today but yesterday it was horrific. thousands of the protestors are out of the cam pound and smashed windows and no embassy staffers were hurt and of the protesters four hurt and 50 injured today tunisia officials apologizing for not affecting the facility. and they govern a moderate islamic place of the arab spring. and tunizia have seen ultraconservative. >> and you are in north africa and the place where the consulate was hit. the u.s. marines and fbi are moving n. libya is right nownext door and there is a very complex manhunt going on there and responsible for the killing of the u.s. ambass dosh. we have spoke with the fbi and the investigation is under way and the first of the team is set to arrive in benghazi. that is where the consulate is. it is a marine rapid response team and one destroyer and over head drones and surveliance planes. and yesterday islam
and nonemergency personnel to leave the embassies in sudan and tunisia. they canceled visits to libya to probe the killings of four americans at the embassy there. we are getting a glimpse of the man who started the video. we have more from afghanistan. >> around the world scenes of anger and raw emotion. in pakistan protestors stomp on the u.s. flag and in egypt emergency crews struggled to regain control after a night of rioting. the anger had even tread down under. >> some of that anger has again turned deadly. in afghanistan the taliban released this video, the aftermath of a revenge attack storming into a base killing two u.s. marines and wounding many more all this while the man believes to be behind the controversial film seen here with his face and head covered met overnight with probation officers. they are investigating his activities. today members of his own christian community are distancing themselves from his actions. >> we reject violence we reject insensitivity. this is not sensitive to our muslim brothers. >> he turned down the request from the obama administration to remove
. in qatar, bahrain, in sudan. here's richard engel reporting for nbc. >> reporter: u.s. diplomatic outposts now appear to be easy targets. in yemen for the second day, furious protesters tried to storm the embassy in sanaa, burning american flags, as riot police fire water cannons. gunshots can be heard. why? because they say the u.s. isn't doing enough against the makers of that now infamous anti-islam internet video. in tunisia, demonstrators set fires by the u.s. embassy gate, and in sudan, protesters turned their rage on the british and german embassies. those countries had nothing to do with the video, but they're foreign western powers and for the mob, that's close enough. in cairo, the government called off massive planned demonstrations. the president went on television to urge calm. but clashes near the u.s. embassy continue. authorities had to build a wall to block an access road. this has clearly moved beyond demonstrations against an offensive internet video. it's become an opportunity for radicals in many countries to express their anger with the united states. and they've lear
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